Avon Roadrider

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Avon Roadrider
Ideal for everyday use on mid-range bikes

Our Review

Ideal for mid-range bikes Large contact patch for excellent grip at all lean angles 149mph/240kmh speed rating across the range Central tread grooves to resist 'white-lining' Comprehensive range of sizes - from modern to more traditional Performance upgrade for classic and vintage motorcycles Continue reading

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Reader Reviews

10 user reviews of Avon Roadrider See all

Overall reader score
At the time, I owned a Honda Varadero 125, which, at 180kg fully fuelled, plus me, made for a proper weight; somewhere around 250kg. I used it mainly for commuting all year round, day/weekend trips & the odd ba Continue reading...
Overall, a very good tyre. Good feel, Excellent mileage.

As long as you're aware not to push too hard in the wet, you wont be dissappointed. Continue reading...
Very good tires for my classic needs, have read other reviews but don't know their riding preferences so cant compare. Continue reading...
Long mileage, good feedback, excellent grip. Continue reading...
A fine tyre which I fitted to a Kawasaki GPX 600R (16 inch tyres) previously had Bridgestone BT45's Avons just a good Continue reading...

Discussions

;I became a better rider using these tyres as they got me used to rear wheel slides!! In less than ideal conditions you can expect the rear to step out or slip in circumstances which would'nt induce that kind of traction loss on many other tyres. Nothing to hair-raising mind, and control was never lost, but there are far better tyres for not much more.

Posted: 21/01/2013 at 19:07



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